2021 Clinical Reporting of MultiOmics Data! Hackathon

Contributors:
  1. Annie Nadkarni
  2. Poojalakshmi Sreedhar
  3. ChunHsuan Lo
  4. Alex Guo
  5. Ames Ma
  6. Priyanshu Jain
  7. Aishwarya Chander
  8. Jean Monlong
  9. Rupesh Kesharwani
  10. Pranav Khade
  11. Weiyu Zhou
  12. Ankita Das
  13. Sheethal Umesh Nagalakshmi
  14. Jyoti Kataria
  15. Katarina
  16. Meghana Tandon
  17. Kamileh Narsinh
Affiliated institutions: Carnegie Mellon University

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Description: Official repository for the Clinical Reporting of MultiOmics Data! Hackathon hosted virtually in June 2021 by DNAnexus, the OpenCravat Group at Johns Hopkins University, and Carnegie Mellon University Libraries.

License: MIT License

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On June 1-4, 2021, bioinformatics researchers from around the world came together virtually to collaboratively develop a comprehensive reporting system for multiomics data. For the second year in a row, CMU Libraries was thrilled to provide support for a clinical genomics hackathon! This support included finding and organizing references, helping organize, review, and clean up the manuscript resul...

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  • Team 1: Omics Clinical Reporting | Forked: 2021-09-16 18:16 UTC


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  • Team 2: Polygenic Risk Scores Reporting | Forked: 2021-09-16 18:16 UTC

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  • Team 3: Clinical Structural Variants | Forked: 2021-09-16 18:16 UTC

    Monlong, Kesharwani, Khade & 2 more

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  • Team 4: TCR to Clinic | Forked: 2021-09-16 18:16 UTC

    Das & Nagalakshmi

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  • Team 5: Express and SNPs to Clinic

    Kataria, YADAV, Faranda & 3 more

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  • Team 6: OMICS to OMOP

    Giangreco, Tandon, Narsinh & 1 more

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